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    1. Cochand-Priollet, B; Le Gales, C; de Cremoux, P; Molinie, V; Sastre-Garau, X; Vacher-Lavenu, MC; Vielh, P; Coste, J
      Cost-effectiveness of monolayers and human papillomavirus testing comparedto that of conventional Papanicolaou smears for cervical cancer screening:Protocol of the study of the French Society of Clinical Cytology

      DIAGNOSTIC CYTOPATHOLOGY
    2. Taylor, RJ; Mamoon, HA; Morrell, SL; Wain, GV
      Cervical screening in migrants to Australia

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    3. Morice, P; Levy-Piedbois, C; Ajaj, S; Pautier, P; Haie-Meder, C; Lhomme, C; Duvillard, P; Castaigne, D
      Value and cost evaluation of routine follow-up for patients with clinical stage I/II endometrial cancer

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER
    4. Wagner, E; Duggan, MA
      Effectiveness of follow up-letters to health care providers in triggering follow-up for women with abnormal results on Papanicolaou testing

      CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL
    5. Shireman, TI; Tsevat, J; Goldie, SJ
      Time costs associated with cervical cancer screening

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT IN HEALTH CARE
    6. Kahn, JA; Goodman, E; Slap, GB; Huang, B; Emans, SJ
      Intention to return for Papanicolaou smears in adolescent girls and young women

      PEDIATRICS
    7. Reuss, E; Price, J; Koonings, P
      Atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance - Subtyping as a predictor of outcome

      JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE
    8. Zielinski, GD; Snijders, PJF; Rozendaal, L; Voorhorst, FJ; Runsink, AP; de Schipper, FA; Meijer, CJLM
      High-risk HPV testing in women with borderline and mild dyskaryosis: long-term follow-up data and clinical relevance

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    9. Valente, PT; Schantz, HD
      Cytology automation: An overview

      LABORATORY MEDICINE
    10. Batal, H; Biggerstaff, S; Dunn, T; Mehler, PS
      Cervical cancer screening in the urgent care setting

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE
    11. Palefsky, JM
      Human papillomavirus-related tumors

      AIDS
    12. Yabroff, KR; Kerner, JF; Mandelblatt, JS
      Effectiveness of interventions to improve follow-up after abnormal cervical cancer screening

      PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
    13. Bulten, J; de Wilde, PCM; Boonstra, H; Gemmink, JH; Hanselaar, AGJM
      Proliferation in "atypical" atrophic pap smears

      GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
    14. Gomez-Fernandez, CR; Ganjei-Azar, P; Behshid, K; Averette, HE; Nadji, M
      Normal endometrial cells in Papanicolaou smears: Prevalence in women with and without endometrial disease

      OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    15. Massad, LS; Abu-Rustum, NR; Lee, SS; Renta, V
      Poor compliance with postmolar surveillance and treatment protocols by indigent women

      OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    16. Lin, CT; Tseng, CJ; Lai, CH; Hsueh, S; Huang, HJ; Law, KS
      High-risk HPV DNA detection by hybrid capture II - An adjunctive test for mildly abnormal cytologic smears in women >= 50 years of age

      JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE
    17. Bulten, JN; de Wilde, PCM; Schijf, C; van der Laak, JAWM; Wienk, S; Poddighe, PJ; Hanselaar, AGJM
      Decreased expression of Ki-67 in atrophic cervical epithelium of post-menopausal women

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    18. Denny, L; Kuhn, L; Pollack, A; Wainwright, H; Wright, TC
      Evaluation of alternative methods of cervical cancer screening for resource-poor settings

      CANCER
    19. Jacobs, MV; Zielinski, D; Meijer, CJLM; Poli, RP; Voorhorst, FJ; de Schipper, FA; Runsink, AP; Snijders, PJF; Walboomers, JMM
      A simplified and reliable HPV testing of archival Papanicolaou-stained cervical smears: application to cervical smears from cancer patients starting with cytologically normal smears

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    20. Kahn, JA; Chiou, V; Allen, JD; Goodman, E; Perlman, SE; Emans, SJ
      Beliefs about Papanicolaou smears and compliance with Papanicolaou smear follow-up in adolescents

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    21. Melnikow, J; Chan, BKS; Stewart, GK
      Do follow-up recommendations for abnormal Papanicolaou smears influence patient adherence?

      ARCHIVES OF FAMILY MEDICINE
    22. Bauer, M; Pischinger, K; Czerwenka, K
      Detection of human papillomavirus DNA in archival Papanicolaou-stained cervical smears and in corresponding cervical cone biopsies by using direct insitu polymerase chain reaction

      APPLIED IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR MORPHOLOGY
    23. Brown, AD; Garber, AM
      Cost-effectiveness of 3 methods to enhance the sensitivity of Papanicolaoutesting

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    24. Rolnick, SJ; LaFerla, JJ; Jackson, J; Akkerman, D; Compo, R
      Impact of a new cervical Pap smear screening guideline on member perceptions and comfort levels

      PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
    25. Mount, SL; Papillo, JL
      A study of 10 296 pediatric and adolescent Papanicolaou smear diagnoses innorthern New England

      PEDIATRICS
    26. Jennings-Dozier, K
      Predicting intentions to obtain a Pap smear among African American and Latina women: Testing the theory of planned behavior

      NURSING RESEARCH
    27. Loeve, F; Boer, R; van Oortmarssen, GJ; van Ballegooijen, M; Habbema, JDF
      The MISCAN-COLON simulation model for the evaluation of colorectal cancer screening

      COMPUTERS AND BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
    28. Sigurdsson, K
      The Icelandic and Nordic cervical screening programs: Trends in incidence and mortality rates through 1995

      ACTA OBSTETRICIA ET GYNECOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    29. Taylor, R; Rushworth, RL
      Hysterectomy fractions in New South Wales, 1971-2006

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    30. THRALL JS; MCCLOSKEY L; SPIVAK H; ETTNER SL; TIGHE JE; EMANS SJ
      PERFORMANCE OF MASSACHUSETTS HMOS IN PROVIDING PAP SMEAR AND SEXUALLY-TRANSMITTED DISEASE SCREENING TO ADOLESCENT FEMALES

      Journal of adolescent health
    31. LONG HL; TULSKY JP; CHAMBERS DB; ALPERS LS; ROBERTSON MJ; MOSS AR; CHESNEY MA
      CANCER SCREENING IN HOMELESS WOMEN - ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS

      Journal of health care for the poor and underserved
    32. BALDAUF JJ; RITTER J
      COMPARISON OF THE RISKS OF CYTOLOGIC SURVEILLANCE OF WOMEN WITH ATYPICAL CELLS OR LOW-GRADE ABNORMALITIES ON CERVICAL SMEAR - REVIEW OF THELITERATURE

      European journal of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology
    33. MEYEROWITZ BE; RICHARDSON J; HUDSON S; LEEDHAM B
      ETHNICITY AND CANCER OUTCOMES - BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS

      Psychological bulletin
    34. TURNER G; BAGSHAW S; BEST D; CONEY S; COX B; GURLEY M; JONES R; MOODIE P; NORTH D; SAGE M; STAIRMAND J; WHATA N
      RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CERVICAL SCREENING 1997

      New Zealand medical journal
    35. MARCUS AC; KAPLAN CP; CRANE LA; BEREK JS; BERNSTEIN G; GUNNING JE; MCCLATCHEY MW
      REDUCING LOSS-TO-FOLLOW-UP AMONG WOMEN WITH ABNORMAL PAP SMEARS - RESULTS FROM A RANDOMIZED TRIAL TESTING AN INTENSIVE FOLLOW-UP PROTOCOL AND ECONOMIC INCENTIVES

      Medical care
    36. MELNIKOW J; NUOVO J; PALIESCHESKEY M; STEWART GK; HOWELL L; GREEN W
      DETECTION OF HIGH-GRADE CERVICAL DYSPLASIA - IMPACT OF AGE AND BETHESDA SYSTEM TERMINOLOGY

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    37. RANDALL B; VANAMERONGEN L
      COMMERCIAL LABORATORY PRACTICE EVALUATION OF AIR-DRIED REHYDRATED CERVICOVAGINAL SMEARS VS TRADITIONALLY-FIXED SMEARS/

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    38. MCKEE D
      IMPROVING THE FOLLOW-UP OF PATIENTS WITH ABNORMAL PAPANICOLAOU SMEAR RESULTS

      Archives of family medicine
    39. WAGNER JL
      COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF SCREENING FOR COMMON CANCERS

      Cancer metastasis reviews
    40. SKJELDESTAD FE; HAGEN B; LIE AK; ISAKSEN C
      RESIDUAL AND RECURRENT DISEASE AFTER LASER CONIZATION FOR CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA

      Obstetrics and gynecology
    41. DIMOSIMONIN N; GRANGE F; BRANDTCASADEVALL C
      PCR-BASED FORENSIC TESTING OF DNA FROM STAINED CYTOLOGICAL SMEARS

      Journal of forensic sciences
    42. FORSMO S; BUHAUG H; SKJELDESTAD FE; HAUGEN OA
      TREATMENT OF PREINVASIVE CONDITIONS DURING OPPORTUNISTIC SCREENING AND ITS EFFECTIVENESS ON CERVICAL-CANCER INCIDENCE IN ONE NORWEGIAN COUNTY

      International journal of cancer
    43. VANBALLEGOOIJEN M; VANDENAKKERVANMARLE ME; WARMERDAM PG; MEIJER CJLM; WALBOOMERS JMM; HABBEMA JDF
      PRESENT EVIDENCE ON THE VALUE OF HPV TESTING FOR CERVICAL-CANCER SCREENING - A MODEL-BASED EXPLORATION OF THE (COST-)EFFECTIVENESS

      British Journal of Cancer
    44. WANG SE; RITCHIE MJ; ATKINSON BF
      CERVICAL CYTOLOGIC SMEAR FALSE-NEGATIVE FRACTION - REDUCTION IN A SMALL COMMUNITY-HOSPITAL

      Acta cytologica
    45. ASHFAQ R; SOLARES B; SABOORIAN MH
      DETECTION OF ENDOCERVICAL COMPONENT BY PAPNET(TM) SYSTEM ON NEGATIVE CERVICAL SMEARS

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    46. KEYHANIROFAGHA S; PALMA T; OTOOLE RV
      AUTOMATED SCREENING FOR QUALITY-CONTROL USING PAPNET - A STUDY OF 638NEGATIVE PAP SMEARS

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    47. HOWELL LP; DAVIS RL
      FOLLOW-UP OF PAPANICOLAOU SMEARS DIAGNOSED AS ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLSOF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    48. JOHNSON TL; KINI SR
      ENDOMETRIAL METAPLASIA AS A SOURCE OF ATYPICAL GLANDULAR CELLS IN CERVICOVAGINAL SMEARS

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    49. FAHS MC; PLICHTA SB; MANDELBLATT JS
      COST-EFFECTIVE POLICIES FOR CERVICAL-CANCER SCREENING - AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW

      PharmacoEconomics
    50. MILLER SM; MISCHEL W; OLEARY A; MILLS M
      FROM HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) TO CERVICAL-CANCER - PSYCHOSOCIAL PROCESSES IN INFECTION, DETECTION, AND CONTROL

      Annals of behavioral medicine
    51. ZAHNISER DJ; HURLEY AA
      AUTOMATED SLIDE PREPARATION SYSTEM FOR THE CLINICAL LABORATORY

      Cytometry
    52. BIRDSONG GG
      AUTOMATED SCREENING OF CERVICAL CYTOLOGY SPECIMENS

      Human pathology
    53. SKYLDBERG B; HAGMAR B; JOHANSSON B; KALANTARI M; MOBERGER B; WALAAS L; WARLEBY B
      HPV DETECTION IN CYTOLOGICAL CASES WITH CONDYLOMATOUS OR DYSPLASTIC CHANGES - A STUDY WITH PCR AND IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION ON CYTOLOGICAL MATERIAL

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    54. BACUS JW
      CERVICAL CELL RECOGNITION AND MORPHOMETRIC GRADING BY IMAGE-ANALYSIS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    55. LAVERTY C; THURLOE J; FARNSWORTH A
      THE VALUE OF MEDICARE STATISTICS IN MONITORING PAP SMEAR SCREENING - SCREENING VERSUS NON-SCREENING SMEARS - THE ROLE OF THE LABORATORY

      Pathology
    56. BURGER RA; MONK BJ; VANNOSTRAND KM; GREEP N; ANTONCULVER H; MANETTA A
      SINGLE-VISIT PROGRAM FOR CERVICAL-CANCER PREVENTION IN A HIGH-RISK POPULATION

      Obstetrics and gynecology
    57. DABANCENS A; SOKAL DC; PRUYAS M; RIVERA M; ZIPPER J
      PREVALENCE AND STANDARDIZED INCIDENCE RATES OF PRECLINICAL CERVICAL PATHOLOGY AMONG 1,061 WOMEN STERILIZED WITH TRANSCERVICAL QUINACRINE HYDROCHLORIDE PELLETS

      Fertility and sterility
    58. GE ZF; BROWN CW; KISNER HJ
      SCREENING PAP-SMEARS WITH NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY

      Applied spectroscopy
    59. YOUNG NA; NARYSHKIN S; ATKINSON BF; EHYA H; GUPTA PK; KLINE TS; LUFF RD
      INTEROBSERVER VARIABILITY OF CERVICAL SMEARS WITH SQUAMOUS-CELL ABNORMALITIES - A PHILADELPHIA STUDY

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    60. ABUJAWDEH GM; TRAWINSKI G; WANG HH
      HISTOCYTOLOGICAL STUDY OF SQUAMOUS ATYPIA ON PAP SMEARS

      Modern pathology
    61. BOON ME; KOK LP; NYGAARDNIELSEN M; HOLM K; HOLUND B
      NEURAL-NETWORK PROCESSING OF CERVICAL SMEARS CAN LEAD TO A DECREASE IN DIAGNOSTIC VARIABILITY AND AN INCREASE IN SCREENING EFFICACY - A STUDY OF 63 FALSE-NEGATIVE SMEARS

      Modern pathology
    62. STEWART DE; BUCHEGGER PM; LICKRISH GM; SIERRA S
      THE EFFECT OF EDUCATIONAL BROCHURES ON FOLLOW-UP COMPLIANCE IN WOMEN WITH ABNORMAL PAPANICOLAOU SMEARS

      Obstetrics and gynecology
    63. MILLER SM; ROUSSI P; ALTMAN D; HELM W; STEINBERG A
      EFFECTS OF COPING STYLE ON PSYCHOLOGICAL REACTIONS OF LOW-INCOME, MINORITY WOMEN TO COLPOSCOPY

      Journal of reproductive medicine
    64. KOWALSKI RM; BROWN KJ
      PSYCHOSOCIAL BARRIERS TO CERVICAL-CANCER SCREENING - CONCERNS WITH SELF-PRESENTATION AND SOCIAL EVALUATION

      Journal of applied social psychology


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